The world we live in is so huge that it is quite impossible to see all the places in one lifetime. No matter how we research about the world, there are a lot of unexplained and intriguing things and places that defy any known explanation. Challenge yourself with the unfathomable and read through this list of 7 intriguing places.
GREAT BLUE HOLE, BELIZE.
A giant perfect circle in the middle of the sea would definitely catch anybody’s attention up in the air, yet, the best way to experience this gigantic marine sink hole is to dive down to its dark blue waters and see a teeming marine biodiversity.
17 natural eternity pools beneath the ancient city of Hierapolis is considered as a healthy but intriguing place to visit. Its white terraces made of limestone is a perfect combination to the turquoise color of the water, that’s why it’s dubbed as Pamukkale or Cotton Castle.
GIANT’S CAUSEWAY, IRELAND
Hexagonal columns perfectly piled together like a honeycomb is the aftermath of a volcanic magma cooled for millions of years. According to locals, though, the picture perfect causeway was a doing of a mighty giant.
DOORWAY TO HELL, TURKMENISTAN.
A massive hot and scorching hole would be a befitting entry to the underworld. In truth, it was a natural gas field that collapsed some decades ago and to avoid a widespread of methane gas to nearby cities, the cavern was lit but instead of dying out, the fire continued to burn until this very day.
BLUE LAKE, NEW ZEALAND.
Lake with water as optically clear as distilled water is enough reason for you to want to visit Nelson Lakes, National Park. You think you can see the bottom of this beautiful lake, but beware because the water is said to be as deep as 80 meters.
DIE RAKOTZBRUCKE, GERMANY.
Far from its popular moniker “Devil’s Bridge”, this fairytale-like bridge is arced seamlessly that it connects in a flawless unison with its reflection on water creating a near-perfect circle anywhere you view it.
SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA.
Salar de Uyuni is 4000 miles of glistening white salt during the dry season making it the world’s largest salt flat, yet, rain has an awesome effect on the area. The water during rainy season convert this dry land to a gigantic mirror giving you sky both above and beneath you.
These are the places you thought you could only see in fantasy movies but our world are spoiling us so much that it wants us to see these imaginary-looking places for real. So go out there, discover and experience these intriguing places with your own two eyes.